I’d be lying if immunocompromised me said I wasn’t scared shitless about the pandemic. I mean, it hasn’t rendered me useless like Wade the Duck […]
There. In the front room of my family’s first single-detached home in Whitby, my mom told me I had a brother.
If you look at my hands, you’ll see the scar tissue rising to the surface like manatee domes.
In my adventures as a sports reporter for a community newspaper, I’ve covered high school games. And one time, when I found myself rinsing my […]
And how one assumption can soil broadcast or print’s credibility
The cliché goes, “Hindsight is 20-20.” In one of those brief moments where I get to think for myself, I sometimes rue my focus in […]
William Faulkner, the writer of such tales as Absalom, Absalom and The Sound and the Fury, once admitted his profession was a solitary job. No one can […]
Some days I have hope for a higher being. Other days I’m an atheist screaming at the sheep. Not to the extremes of men like Richard […]
When Donald Trump was elected president, there were rumblings of over-stressed parents worried about how they would break the news to their daughters. Hillary Clinton lost, […]
I stepped through the doors of Ten Editions to be greeted by the sweet smell of aged books.